FHR is an Elwyn affiliated organization.
Our Services

Our Clubhouse Services

Support and Advocacy
Membership in the clubhouse also provides for client support and advocacy for assistance in obtaining educational opportunities, medical assistance, and transportation.

Workforce Support
Through FHR’s clubhouses, employment is offered to businesses in the following levels of employment: Transitional Employment: Members are linked with an independent business in the community for a period of six-to-nine months on a part-time basis. During this time, clubhouse staff work with the member through a structured program that includes on and off-site support. Supported Employment: FHR’s clubhouse maintains a relationship with the working member and the employer. Members and staff in partnership determine the type, frequency, and location of the desired workforce support. Independent Employment: Members are employed by a business in the community where they are solely responsible for that position. Ongoing support and encouragement are provided for the member at the clubhouse, if requested.

Educational Support
Clubhouse members receive one-on-one assistance in furthering their education and professional development. This includes assistance with registration, financial aid application, and course planning, as well as ongoing educational supports for GED, trade school, and university educational programs.

Assistance with Housing
Working with clubhouse staff, members are supported with resources for reintegration within the community and living self-sufficiently.

Entitlement Assistance
Support is provided with social security and disability claims and accompanying documentation for members, as well as with Medicare, health forms, and recertification.

Studio 35
Studio 35 is a therapeutic arts program of FHR. Studio 35 enables individuals to further explore the arts, art history, coping skills, and self-expression. By integrating the arts as a therapeutic approach, Studio 35 positively impacts individuals served, staff, and the greater community. This therapeutic arts program helps individuals become more engaged in the community, reduces isolation, improves stabilization, and teaches both vocational and arts based skills.